Order of Entries –

No 1 – Big E

No 2 – Alberto Del Rio

No 3 – Cesaro

No 4 – R Truth

No 5 – Ryback

No 6 – Curtis Axel

No 7 – Zack Ryder

No 8 – Titus O’ Neil

No 9 – Damien Sandow

No 10 – Heath Slater

No 11 – Matador Diego

No 12 – Sin Cara

No 13 – Xavier Woods

No 14 – The Great Khali

No 15 – Kofi Kingston

No 16 – Bo Dallas

No 17 – Dolph ZIggler

No 18 – The Miz

No 19 – Sheamus

Before the start of the match, Bad News Barrett interfered and said that he got some bad news for the winner of the Battle Royal and the new intercontinental champion. Bad News Barrett would take the title away from him very soon.

Order of Eliminations –

No 1 – Xavier Woods was eliminated by The Great Khali

No 2 – Zack Ryder was eliminated by The Great Khali

No 3 – The Great Khali was eliminated by Sheamus, Cesaro, Ryback, Titus O’ Neil and Dolph ZIggler

No 4 – Sin Cara was eliminated by Bo Dallas

(The Miz went out of the ring and went under it, he was not eliminated)

No 5 – R Truth was eliminated by Curtis Axel

No 6 – Curtis Axel was eliminated by Damien Sandow

No 7 – Damien Sandow was eliminated by Matador Diego

No 8 – Matador Diego was eliminated by Ryback

No 9 – Ryback was eliminated by Sheamus

(Miz entered the ring and tried to eliminate Sheamus from behind, as Sheamus prevented the elimination, Dolph Ziggler nailed him with the Zig Zag. He went out of the ring again)

No 10 – Titus O’ Neil was eliminated by Bo Dallas

No 11 – Alberto Del Rio was eliminated by Dolph Ziggler

(The Miz entered the ring and tried to eliminate Dolph Ziggler quickly, but Ziggler saved himself somehow. Big E nailed The Miz with the clothesline as soon as he turned. The Miz went out of the ring again)

No 12 – Big E was eliminated by Cesaro

No 13 – Kofi Kingston was eliminated by Cesaro

No 14 – Cesaro was eliminated by Heath Slater

No 15 – Heath Slater was eliminated by Sheamus

No 16 – Bo Dallas was eliminated by Sheamus

No 17 – Sheamus was eliminated by Dolph Ziggler

No 18 – Dolph Ziggler was eliminated by The Miz

The Miz won the Intercontinental championship battle royal. The way Miz won the match was a typical heel victory. Rumors suggest that they are planning for Sheamus vs. Miz storyline next. That means they are planning for another title unification. I would say, that would be a terrible idea. These two titles should never be unified.


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